Classic Vietnam Junk in 14th Century, Circa in Tran dynasty. $
USD 120 2 Days/ 1 night (per person in double cabin)
Classic French Colonial Paddle Wheeler Replica - circa 1906! $USD 170, 2
Giorni/ 1 Notte (per persona in cabina doppia)
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2 Days and 1 Nights
From $170 USD (per person based on two sharing )
Day 1: Hanoi/Halong-Emeraude Cruise
Leave Hanoi by road for Halong Bay. Enjoy the journey through the rich
farmlands of the Red River Delta and the scenery of rice fields, water
buffalo and everyday Vietnamese village life. Arrive in Halong
. Enjoy a
cocktail at the quay at Tuan Chau before boarding the Emeraude, a wonderful
replica of one of the classic steamships of the colonial era of French
Indochina. With 37 luxurious air-conditioned cabins, a restaurant, two bars
and a sundeck this is the ultimate Halong Bay experience. Lunch is served on
board at 13:00. Whilst cruising on the emerald green waters of the bay try a
traditional Vietnamese or foot massage as an optional extra. Another
optional extra is high tea served on the sundeck in the late afternoon. A
sunset cocktail is served on the sundeck at 18:30 followed by a buffet
dinner between 20:00 and 23:00. Overnight on board the Emeraude. (L,D)
Day 2: Emeraude Cruise-Halong/ Hanoi
Wake up to fresh coffee and a wholesome breakfast before cruising back to
Tuan Chau quay. Early morning Tai Chi is an optional extra on the sundeck
from 6:00 to 7:00 before breakfast. Arrive back at Tuan Chau at 8:30 for
disembarkation. Return to hanoi.(B)
drink, 2 main meals, 1 breakfast, fresh fruit, free tea and coffee, visit
ticket, insurance, English speaking guide, 1 night accommodation on
board, boat cruise.
with A/C car or van from Hanoi to Halong and verse.
Excluding: Drinks , telephone , laundry, personal expense.
The History of Emeraude Cruise
In 1910 a paddle steamer called the Emeraude
was offering unforgettable cruises in Halong Bay for visitors to what was
then French Indochina. The Emeraude was part of a flotilla owned by the
Roque family who had left Bordeaux in 1858 in search of adventure and
fortune. Over a period of more than 50 years they found both. After several
ups and downs including successful trading and timber businesses, near
bankruptcy and being taken hostage by pirates, the Roque brothers built
Emeraude, Perle, Saphir, Rubis and Onyx to ferry passengers and freight
along the waterways of Indochina and cruise on magnificent Halong Bay.Today
the Emeraude offers a regular cruise service on board a luxurious
replicasteamer with 39 cabins meticulously designed to evoke the nostalgic
charm of colonial Indochina.
About Emeraude Cruise
Each bespoke cabin exudes
warmth and character with high standards of workmanship, distinguished
style and impeccable service. With its polished wooden floors and brass
fixtures and fittings the Emeraude’s rooms offer timeless elegance.
Restaurant and Bars
restaurant offers delicious, freshly caught local seafood and other
specialities. While enjoying breathtaking views of the bay, passengers
can enjoy the simple and honest flavours of traditional fare.
From the sun deck, passengers
can enjoy a soothing foot massage while sipping a refreshing cocktail and
gazing at the rock formations reflected in the crystal clear water of the
bay. The Emeraude’s huge paddle wheel opens to reveal a swimming deck
offering passengers the opportunity to swim in the calm waters of the bay
surrounded by the majestic scenery.At dawn, that most magical time as the
sun rises, the soft and graceful movements of a t’ai chi class on the deck
complement the atmospheric silence of the bay.